Twitter has announced a new initiative that will allow content creators to earn a share of the revenue generated by ads that run on their tweets. The program, which is currently in beta, is open to select partners who create video content on Twitter.
Under the new program, Twitter will share a portion of the ad revenue generated by video content with the content creators. The exact revenue share has not yet been announced, but Twitter says it will be a "significant" amount. The program is similar to YouTube's Partner Program, which allows content creators to earn a share of the revenue generated by ads that run on their videos.
Twitter says that the new program is designed to help content creators "monetize their creativity" and to "support the creation of even more great content" on the platform. The program is currently in beta and only available to a small group of partners, but Twitter says it plans to expand the program to more content creators in the future.
To be eligible for the creator ads revenue sharing program, creators must meet the following criteria:
- -Subscription to Twitter Blue or Verified Organizations
- -Minimum Impressions: 5 million impressions in the last 3 months
- -Compliance with Creator Monetization Standards: Passed a human review
Here are some tips to reduce the amount of spam messages you get on Twitter:
- 1. Be selective about who you follow. If you only follow people who are likely to be interested in what you have to say, you'll be less likely to get spam messages.
- 2. Use Twitter lists. You can create lists of people you want to follow, which makes it easier to keep track of the people who are most important to you.
- 3. Block or report spam messages. If you get a spam message, you can block the person who sent it or report the message to Twitter.
- 4. Don't click on links in tweets. If you're not sure whether a link is safe, don't click on it.
- 5. Be careful about sharing personal information. Don't share your phone number or email address publicly on Twitter.
- By following these tips, you can reduce the amount of spam messages you get on Twitter and focus on the people and content that matter